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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Smartphones are distracting us to death—but we can fight back

"People are not living in the present anymore," said Rosen. "That's the psychology of distraction—'distracted' means not living in the present. We're starting to see when people are not doing a very good job at living [or] having interactions…It's changing our definition of what it is to be alive."

"Social media has upped the ante in [terms of] more ways to occupy time, more ways to feel obligation," he said.


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